Keiser University's Associate of Science degree in Histotechnology prepares students to perform laboratory studies of tissue. The program includes the study of cellular morphology, chemical composition and the functions of normal and abnormal tissue. Students study the composition of dyes and chemicals and gain a thorough understanding of tissue composition. Histology technologists have numerous choices of practice settings: hospitals, for-profit laboratories, clinics, public health facilities, industrial research, veterinary pathology, marine biology and forensic pathology. Specialized areas include electronic microscopy and immunohistochemistry.
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